Bears offensive coordinator Mike Tice will not interview for the Raiders' head-coaching job, the Bears' website reported.
Chiefs director of college scouting Phil Emery and Patriots' director of pro personnel Jason Licht are scheduled to meet with the Bears again this week.
Former NFL WR Sam Hurd has hired new attorneys to defend him against accusations that he tried to establish a drug-dealing network.
Panthers QB Cam Newton and Bears DE Julius Peppers were named to the NFC Pro Bowl roster Monday.
Chargers QB Philip Rivers, Ravens C Matt Birk and Bears CB Charles Tillman are the finalists for the Walter Payton Man of the Year Award.
Deciding whether a change at left tackle is necessary will be one of the important tasks facing the Bears' next general manager.
Tim Ruskell, the Bears' director of player personnel, had his chance to meet with team president and CEO Ted Phillips about the position Thursday.
The Bears continued their general-manager search Wednesday, bringing in Giants director of college scouting Marc Ross for an interview.
Former Bears WR Sam Hurd's attorney promised a "vigorous defense" against charges that his client tried to set up a drug-dealing network.
The Bears continue to make progress in the interview process for their general-manager job.
PFW's Eric Edholm looks ahead to the AFC and NFC championship games and considers the fallout for the losers in the divisional playoff round.
The Bears have all three of their coordinator positions filled for next season with the announcement that special-teams coordinator Dave Toub has signed a two-year extension.
The Vikings are in the market for a new defensive coordinator, but that role won't be filled by Bears defensive backs coach Jon Hoke.
Patriots director of pro personnel Jason Licht interviewed for the Bears' general manager job Monday.
Mike Martz, who spent the last two seasons as the Bears' offensive coordinator, is retiring from coaching.